Episode 118 - The Holiday Episode
On the 118th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, it's our Holiday Episode for 2020! Since everything has been different this whole year, we're doing our Holiday edition a little unconventional. For this year, we're telling you 6 Holiday candies we cannot stand. You'll want to hear this as some of our choices are quite controversial. Also, we give you our version of 12 Days of Christmas (food). We made a Top 12 list of our favorite foods we ate this year for you to enjoy. We tried to put it in song form in honor of the 12 Days of Christmas, but one of us didn't quite follow the rules correctly. Make sure to tune in to hear what happened.
As for the rest of the show, the Washington State Beef Commission sent us both lovely gifts over the week and we wanted to tell you all about it.
As for what we ate this week, Nelson made another visit to Terry's Kitchen and went on two mini food crawls, one in Issaquah and one in Chinatown. In Issaquah, he visited Fischer Meats, grabbed takeout from Umi Cafe, and boba from ShareTea Issaquah. While in Chinatown, he got the last of the desserts from SuSu, went to Young Tea and sampled their Holiday Pop-Up Dessert Jelly Trio, and got wonton noodles and congee from Mike's Noodle House.
Meanwhile, Monica revisited several of her favorite spots including T'Juana Tacos, Sisi Kay Thai, CheBogz Food Truck at Chuck's Hop Shop, Pagliacci, Bell's Pastries, and Seattle Cinnamon Rolls. She also picked up a meal kit from Joey Kitchen U-Village, shared hot chocolate bombs from Sweet Nothings and More with her son, had pizza from Spark PIzza, and got takeout from Laem Buri and Ivar's.
Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!